Sean Dyche's Burnley are in the top six but they're not getting carried away. Oh no.
David Silva's majesty, Burnley, Claude Puel, Newcastle and Liverpool's momentum...
At what point do we learn the Leicester lesson and start believing in Burnley? This form is sustainable.
Rio Ferdinand has urged Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham supporters to "shut up and sit in your place".
Burnley boss Sean Dyche reckons the Premier League will "eat you alive" if you start dreaming.
A late goal from Ashley Barnes gave Burnley a 1-0 victory over Stoke in the Premier League on Tuesday.
It's almost certainly a spoof, but if the Etihad Stadium review is real it's the best review ever written.
Mourinho's faulty plan, Lacazette's away run, Newcastle waiting for Godot and plenty more too...
And that's keeper Ederson. Elsewhere, we have a West Ham trio, a couple of Saints and two Liverpool players.
Scott Arfield was Burnley's hero as he scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Watford at Turf Moor.
Remarkably, only five teams have more points after 15 games than at the same stage last season.
Will Liverpool beat Everton? Does Superman wear tights? Plus Arsenal to slip up, and Alli to score.
Big Weekend? It's massive. Especially for derbies Manchester and Merseyside, League Two and Real
Alternative title: Why having a Big Six is a good thing. We say we want variety but we don't mean it...
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